He was a Sunnyasi--a houseless
, wandering mendicant, depending on his neighbours for his daily bread; and so long as there is a morsel to divide in India, neither priest nor beggar starves.
I had brought my mind to the punishment of that houseless
trapper, with no great strivings, for the man had done me few favours, and God forgive me if I suspected him wrongfully of much evil
He had no suspicion that they ran any risk of being houseless
until morning; had no idea of the truth until long, long afterwards.
Some houses which had become insecure from age and decay, were prevented from falling into the street, by huge beams of wood reared against the walls, and firmly planted in the road; but even these crazy dens seemed to have been selected as the nightly haunts of some houseless
wretches, for many of the rough boards which supplied the place of door and window, were wrenched from their positions, to afford an aperture wide enough for the passage of a human body.
Their numbers were small; their stations in life obscure; the object of their enterprise unostentatious; the theatre of their exploits remote; how could they possibly be favorites of worldly Fame--that common crier, whose existence is only known by the assemblage of multitudes; that pander of wealth and greatness, so eager to haunt the palaces of fortune, and so fastidious to the houseless
dignity of virtue; that parasite of pride, ever scornful to meekness, and ever obsequious to insolent power; that heedless trumpeter, whose ears are deaf to modest merit, and whose eyes are blind to bloodless, distant excellence?
The in-store blurb by Mike reads: "The houseless
nomads Bruder encounters travel, and live, on wheels.
The beneficiaries under PMAY-G comprise all houseless
households and households living in zero/ one or two kutcha wall and kutcha roof houses as per SECC, 2011 data, and as verified by the Gram Sabha.
The example of our partnership with Operation Night-watch (a hospitality ministry for low-wealth and houseless
Portlanders) provides an illustration.
The amazing thing is that seldom the authorities of these religious institutions think of constructing houses for the poor and houseless
in their areas: Invisible Injustices.
The empirical normalcy of houselessness is expected to also visualize the mental normalcy of the houseless
, to help expose popular "myths about the nature of homelessness" (von Treuberg, 1989) and a "misplaced pedagogisation" (John, 1988: 502).
the men who fight and die for Italy enjoy the common air and light, indeed but nothing else; houseless
and homeless they wander about with their wives and children" (Plut.
The other Man who resists this temptation, Aragorn, has for years lived houseless
or with the elves, and is descended from a union of Man and Elf.